DVD Review: Stoney Burke (The Complete Television Series)

Gritty goodness down at the corral. »»

Blu-ray Review: Hawaii Five-O (The Second Season)

Has Dano booked McGarrett in this season of Hawaii Five-O? »»

DVD Review: Hawaii Five-O (The Twelfth and Final Season)

There are critics who bemoan what became of the final season with the new cast and unbelievable plots. But the show was always unrealistic. »»

DVD Review: Hawaii Five-0 (The First Season)

Hawaii Five-0: The First Season really shows how this is more than a creatively bankrupt retread. This is a sweet tasting twist on a traditional Hawaiian TV staple. »»

DVD Review: Hawaii Five-0 (The Eleventh Season)

While this season was rather odd, there were always bizarre tales of how McGarrett seemed more powerful than the head of the FBI. »»

Hawaii Five-O: The Tenth Season - DVD Review

Hawaii Five-O: The Tenth Season brings to an end the work of Chin Ho Kelly as part of McGarrett’s loyal crew. »»

Hawaii Five-O: The Ninth Season - DVD Review

The 23 cases for Hawaii Five-O: The Ninth Season are as twisted as ever, but you’ll never see McGarrett sweat too hard when he cruises up to the crime scene. »»

Hawaii Five-O: The Eighth Season - DVD Review

Hawaii Five-O: The Eighth Season keeps the tropical crime coming in the most unexpected places. »»

Hawaii Five-O: The Seventh Season - DVD Review

Hawaii Five-O: The Seventh Season reminds us that Steve McGarrett didn’t become a cop to socialize. He wears a badge to fight crime and not use it as reflector for his suntan. »»

Bonanza: The Official First Season - Vol. 1 and 2 - DVD Review

What are the odds that two ranches outside Carson City, Nevada would become the locations for landmark television shows. Most recently it’s been HBO’s Cathouse featuring the antics of Dennis Hof and his ladies of the night at the Moonlite Bunny Ranch. Fifty years before, America saw Ben Cartwright (Lorne Greene) running a tamer ranch called the Ponderosa on Bonanza. »»

Hawaii Five-0: The Sixth Season - DVD Review

Crime doesn’t take a vacation, but crime looks more appealing in a vacation paradise. The reason Hawaii Five-O episodes are so addictive after all these years is that the islands in the Pacific Ocean played a major role in the action. »»

Gunsmoke: The Third Season, Volume One - DVD Review

During the first two seasons of Gunsmoke Marshall Matt Dillon (James Arness) wore his badge with a heavy burden. After intense showdowns, he might doubt if the life of a lawman was his true calling. There always seemed to be a moment when he was willing to toss his badge on the ground and ride off toward a peaceful life. Marshall Dillon on Gunsmoke: The Third Season, Volume 1 is determined to be the law that keeps the order. He’s mature and assured while walking the dusty street of Dodge City. He still doesn’t like killing, but he’s accepted it as the necessary evil. He’d rather live with blood on his hands than chaos in his territory. Luckily he hasn’t cleaned up Miss Kitty’s Long Branch saloon. They still have the staircase going upstairs and her girls working the tables without delivering drinks to the cowboys. There’s still a wildness to this season of Gunsmoke. »»

Rawhide: The Third Season, Volume 2 - DVD Review

While the media focuses on Oscar chances for Clint Eastwood’s grizzled old man in Gran Torino, Rawhide: The Third Season, Volume 2 takes us to the TV start of the cinema star’s career. A half century ago there was youth to his rugged face. Clint had a bit grizzle growth during these early days on the plain. His Rowdy Yates character wasn’t happy camper riding the range behind the cows. As part of a drover crew run by Gil Favor (Eric Fleming), Rowdy is the rough and tumble young ramrod. He won’t back down till given the order. Rawhide is the education of an icon. »»

Hawaii Five-0: The Fifth Season - DVD Review

Everything grows wild in a tropical climate whether it be vegetation or NFL full backs. One unexpected thing that's always taking root in the rich soil of Honolulu is crime. Detective Steve McGarrett (Jack Lord) and his Hawaii Five-0 crew nip these dastardly plants in the bud. »»

Mr. Mike's Mondo Video Finally Comes to DVD

For the causal humor fan, Michael O'Donoghue is the trivia answer to "Who starred with John Belushi on Saturday Night Live's first sketch." To the SNL devoted, O'Donoghue was the creepy Mr. Mike, a bon vivant who appreciated the most twisted elements of the world. In a stroke of pure weirdness, NBC allowed O'Donoghue to do a show. »»

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